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CBS
Feb 28, 2014 5:30pm PST
military invasion and the defense minister has warned if any military installations come under attack in crimea, the ukrainian army is ready to respond. >> pelley: clarissa ward reporting from kiev tonight. it is worth remembering that russia invaded neighboring georgia back in 2008, and that resulted in a shooting war. major garrett is at the white house for us tonight. major. >> reporter: scott, the white house knows its options are limited, and president obama's warnings to russia about costs to be paid if it intervenes or ipvades ukraine remain vague. top officials here tell us there's no sciewrs discussion about u.s. military action although the united states my boycott the upcoming gitsummit in socha roorn. the trade talks also might be cancel pd at the united states the russian oomed said russian troop movements are not menacing and not meant to intimidate the tranquil transitional government take hold of power in ukraine. he said russia has treaty right in crimea and is merely exercising them. scott, i must tell you, the white house is far from convinced. >> pelley: major, thanks
CBS
Mar 5, 2014 5:30pm PST
surrounding the ukrainian bases aren't russian soldiers but what he called local self-defense forces. ukrainian colonel yuri manchur knows firsthand that's just not true. on tuesday, he led his men toward a russian blockade in an attempt to retake an arms depot. but he had to turn back when they started shooting. today, he says, the tension has eased. the russian troops are no longer surrounding his base, but they are still calling his cell phone occasionally asking him to give up. "by now, though, they realize our troops have remained loyal to their oath," he said, "and to the ukrainian people." >> pelley: elizabeth palmer is joining us now from the crimean peninsula. liz, the u.n. sent a special envoy to crimea earlier, and it didn't go well for him today. what can you tell us that? >> reporter: it was a strange and rash sinister incident. robert serry was on his way back to the car here in the capital having visited naval headquarters and armed men blocked him and forced a change of driver in the car. he refused to get in and took refuge in a nearby cafe until he could have safe p
CBS
Feb 27, 2014 5:30pm PST
what has officials like defense secretary hagel concerned. >> we expect other nations to respect ukraine's sovereignty and avoid provocative actions. that's why i'm closely watching russia's military exercises along the ukrainian border. >> reporter: the u.s. is also trying to avoid provocative actions. today, the top american general in europe said the nato alliance is not making any plans to respond to a russian intervention in ukraine. norah. tonight, extreme weather is impacting people in much of the nation. rain finally fell in drought- devastated california but a new storm threatens to trigger mud slides and flooding. ben tracy is there. ben. >> reporter: norah, this is the calm between our two storms, and here in azusa, california, this neighborhood is now under judge the fear is when it starts pouring the hild side will turn into a muddy river. the first storm moved through faster than expected, dropping less than an inch of rain on southern california. that gave the folks who live here time to prepare for round two, which could deliver up to six inches of rain in some pl
CBS
Feb 27, 2014 6:30pm EST
. that is what has officials like defense secretarge concerned. >> we expect other nations to respect ukraine's sovereignty and avoid provocative actions. that's why i'm closely watching russia's military exercises along the ukrainian border. >> reporter: the u.s. is also trying to avoid provocative actions. today, the top american general in europe said the nato alliance is not making any plans to respond to a russian intervention in ukraine. norah. >> o'donnell: all right, david martin, thank you. tonight, extreme weather is impacting people in much of the nation. rain finally fell in drought-devastated california but a new storm threatens to trigger mupped slides and flooding. in the midwest, the cold is intensifying. in minnesota it proved deadly. jamie yuccas of cbs station wcco, is in minneapolis. jamie. >> reporter: norah, it is the 46th day this winter below zero here in minneapolis, making it the coldest winter in 35 years. parts of minnesota looked and felt like the arctic today. police investigating the death of a six-year-old girl in bemidji, said she showed signs of expos
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